Hatters rated v Doncaster Rovers

Luton Town thumped Doncaster Rovers 4-0 at Kenilworth Road on Saturday in what was a stunning performance by the hosts.

Monday, 25th March 2019, 10:44 am
Updated Tuesday, 26th March 2019, 4:01 pm
Town celebrate Luke Berry's goal against Doncaster Rovers

Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu, Danny Hylton, Kazenga LuaLua and Luke Berry were all on target as the hosts remained five points clear at the top of the table. Check out how the Hatters rated on the day below.

Clean sheet number 21 of the season, but once more, he had very little to do such was the lack of a goal threat from Doncaster, easily collecting the odd effort from Marquis during the first half.
Simply stunning display from easily the leagues best right back. Wonderful play for the second goal, beating three men with ease and then tore off down the middle to play in LuaLua to make it 3-0. Just brilliant.
Cleaned out early on and then so unfortunate to see his first start since October ended after just 22 minutes due to injury. Could see just how gutted he was having to come off.
Solid display from the centre half with Marquis having very little supply all day. Even found time to hare forward on the odd venture deep into opposition territory as well.
Marshalled the best team in the league easily as the visitors had just four attempts at goal to Lutons 29. Yet again went close to his maiden strike, heading wide from another dangerous corner.
Best home performance in a long time, as he was far too strong and powerful for Towns opponents. Excellent in possession and a lovely composed finish for the opener, passing it into the bottom corner.
Started off in midfield, but he and the Hatters looked more like themselves when slotting in at full back once more. Set-piece delivery was spot on all afternoon, with Luton very dangerous from corners.
Been one of the stars of Tow's long unbeaten run. Denied a lovely team goal by the fingertips of Marosi and was often at the hub of things. Defensive duties were spot on too.
Another who looked to have his mojo back, with some lovely flicks and link-up play. So close to ending his personal goal drought, crashing against the bar and then seeing Marosi parry on to the bar too.
Poachers instinct saw him in the right place to turn home Berrys shot and score his third in three home games. Had a fair few other chances on the day as he led the line impressively in Collins' absence.
Sparkled upfront as Rovers just couldnt handle him, reduced to cynical fouls at times. Teed up the opener and then got the goal he and the home fans craved. Surely has to keep his place.
Made a huge impact as Town eased through the gears after the break. Pivotal in Lutons second, with Hylton nicking it off him, but no doubts over the fourth, blasting home from 20 yards.
Good to see him get another run-out to further stretch the visitors back-line.
On for the final stages and might have been on target himself, shooting straight at Marosi with Luton utterly dominant.